The Evolving Role of Video in Airport Security and Operations: How Video Analytics Is Revolutionizing Transportation

The Evolving Role of Video in Airport Security and Operations: How Video Analytics Is Revolutionizing Transportation

March 19, 2020, 2:15 PM - 3:15 PM

Sands 103
Language:
English

Security has become a central focus of the transit experience especially for airport travel and streamlining the visitor experience, and meeting extensive security standards is no easy feat. To facilitate the comprehensive situational awareness required to oversee and secure an airport or transit hub, transportation agencies rely on video surveillance, which can sometimes be an ineffective or inefficient method for assessing risks, investigating incidents and responding to real-time situations, as they develop.

Today, artificial intelligence and data-driven technology is enabling airports to address these surveillance challenges and optimize operational productivity beyond security. Video Content Analytics (VCA) technology, for instance, enables airports to accelerate video investigations, extend situational awareness and even derive operational intelligence from video data. This session will explore how video analytics is enabling the transportation industry to overcome surveillance challenges, optimize airport security and operations, and maximize the value of video for airports and public transportation companies.

Learning Objectives:
1. Describe how artificial intelligence-backed technologies extract data and transform it into actionable intelligence for security teams and other business groups.
2. Define video content analytics and explain how video surveillance and traditional security can be enhanced with intelligence derived from video.
3. Articulate examples of how video analytics can be used for driving both security and operational efficiency for airports, transportation companies and public transit, and urban transportation development agencies.

Contributors

  • Michael Cox

    Presenter

    Director of Business Development, Western US and Canada

    BriefCam

    Michael Cox is a sales engineer with over 17 years of experience in sales, training, design, project management, and implementation of integrated...

Categories

  1. Track
    New Technology & Automation

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